Polyamory recently received two glowing write-ups in one of the world’s most influential newspapers: The New York Times.
Every argument supporting gay marriage—‘Love is love,’ ‘we deserve equal protection under the law,’ and ‘we’re not harming anybody’—also supports group marriage.
Everyone should care about ‘unconventional’ families that statistically put children in risky households. Polyamorous homes by their very nature always fall into that category.
The ‘love is love’ strategy was so successful for the gay marriage lobby, why should polygamists reinvent the wheel?
Despite the struggle monogamy may be for many couples, human beings and cultures thrive more in the absence of polyamory.
It’s Sexytime! Resident experts Rich Cromwell and Mollie Hemingway give you tips for talking about sex with the kids and discuss polyamory and beta males.
Polyamorists’ choice to constantly pursue the butterflies of ‘new love’ instead of experiencing the depth of true love through lifelong commitment speed down a road to hell.
Here’s how libertarianism has led me and my partner into polyamory, and why America will have to grapple with this issue next.
Same-sex marriage advocates say North Carolina’s marriage law restricts religious liberty. But they forgot to explain why they think that.
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